Unfiled Tax Returns

Unfiled Tax Returns Resolution and Back Taxes

I Want to Pay My Taxes-

But Now I’m Afraid It Will Cause MORE PROBLEMS!

Most people who have IRS problems haven’t filed in a few years. It’s a common problem. You are not alone. Don’t be embarrassed. Nearly 10 million people have delinquent tax returns. In all my years of practicing before the IRS, I’ve seen more and more people who has allowed a rough patch in their lives keep them from filing and paying their taxes. IRS problems happen to good people. Someone gets sick and they can’t work. Someone loses their job. It’s terrible. There’s no money to pay the taxes one year, so they don’t file, and the person is afraid to file after that because they don’t want to get caught and they certainly don’t want to end up in jail. Because worse than not paying your taxes is not filing your return – it’s against the law.

Have You Been Using the Hope and Pray System

To Solve Your IRS Problems?

That system doesn’t work! IRS problems have a way of ruining all aspects of your life. And as time goes by, the IRS adds salt to your wounds by adding penalties to what you already owe. It’s like the meter in a taxi cab; the counter deeps going, adding more and more charges to that IRS debt—even when you are standing still. Many times, the penalties and interest end up being more than the actual taxes you owe to the IRS.

Why Do They Keep Adding Penalties?

The IRS doesn’t like being ignored, so this is how they get your attention. They want to be sure you know they are not going away. It’s like they haunt you with their ongoing letters. If you don’t respond to them, the penalties they tack on are like a club they keep hitting you over the head with. Penalties are just the beginning of what they can do to your life.

What Else Can the IRS Do to Make My Life Miserable?

The IRS has a lot of power over your life. They not only can freeze your bank accounts – that’s right – but they can seize all the money in your bank accounts, too. They can garnish your wages. They can legally take as much as 75% of your net paycheck. Can you live n 25% of your net pay? The IRS thinks and expects you can! Besides slapping bank levies and wage garnishments on you, they can put a lien on your house, making it nearly impossible to borrow against it to pay off your IRS debt. And if you sell your house, the IRS gets their money first from any equity there is.

What if I Can’t Afford to Pay My Taxes.

If you owe between $10,000 and $200,000 – plus, the IRS has many NEW flexible programs available to taxpayers such as Offer in Compromise, Partial Pay Installment Agreements, Payment Plans, Penalty Abatement, and Currently Not Collectible status, to name a few. Each program carries with it its own unique process, procedures, and qualifications. Having an experienced tax relief professional in your corner ensures you are taking advantage of the best options available to you.

We have settled many of our clients’ cases helping people reduce the amount they owe the IRS, including getting penalties and interest removed. When I say settle, I mean completely, 100%!!

What Do I Need to Do?

Is There Anything I Can Do to Get My Life Back?

YES there is! You can get your life back. First you must decide that you want your life back. Once you make the decision that you want help, hire a competent professional who cares about you and is an expert in taking on the IRS. New Horizons Tax Relief can fix your tax problems PERMANENTLY! The only professionals who can represent you before the IRS are attorneys, CPAs, and enrolled agents. That’s it! These are THE ONLY PEOPLE on the planet that the IRS recognizes and can represent you but they are not all the same. A CPA or an EA who deals with IRS problems for a living knows the “ins” and “outs” and how to deal with the IRS so that your rights are protected. A tax resolution specialist also knows how to get you the lowest possible settlement. Generally, our clients never meet or speak with the IRS once we’re on the scene!

Once you sign a power of attorney, a document that says we are representing you, the IRS is not allowed to contact you directly any longer. Just like that, you are free from the nightmare of being harassed!

But You Need to Take the First Step!

It’s up to you! You have nothing to lose, and the consultation is FREE. Call and schedule an appointment, and we can go over all the ways we can help you. All matters discussed will be confidential.

Call my office today at (844) 200-8686 to set up an appointment for a FREE consultation.